Morgan Lewis (Frankfurt)

Michael Masling

Morgan Lewis (Frankfurt)
Lawyer (Partner)

Michael Masling is a Partner at Morgan Lewis in Germany. Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Michael served as a legal clerk at the District Court of Hamburg. During his legal training he worked on antitrust matters for an international oil company, a German strategy consultancy, and the Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations in New York. Mr. Masling holds a JD from European University Viadrina Frankfurt.

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2087 Bulletin

Michael Masling, Christian Leeder The German Government further tightens its national foreign direct investment screening regime and introduces sanction mechanisms for non-compliance (AWG)

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The updated German Foreign Trade and Payments Act enters into effect on July 17 and is the second of three major steps planned for 2020 to reform Germany’s foreign direct investment regime. The updated German Foreign Trade and Payments Act (Außenwirtschaftsgesetz (AWG)) includes the necessary (...)

Axel Spies, Christian Leeder, Michael Masling The German Government tightens national foreign direct investment screening regime to better protect security-relevant businesses in the health sector from non-EEA take-overs in light of COVID-19 outbreak

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A recent amendment to Germany’s foreign direct investment ordinance adds new businesses to the existing catalogue of critical infrastructures—in particular, in the health sector—that will be subject to foreign direct investment screening going forward. Germany is taking several legislative (...)

Michael Masling, Florian Hinderer The German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy publishes the draft bill on the 10th amendment to the German Act against restraints of competition

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The German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy has published the draft bill on the 10th amendment to the German Act against Restraints of Competition, which includes a proposal for the revision of abuse control in Germany. Such revision would be of high relevance for undertakings in the (...)

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